Paradise On The Beach Resort

Palm Cove, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$360

Framed by giant melaleuca trees, Paradise on the Beach is Palm Cove's hidden secret. Located just 15 metres from a picture perfect tropical beach edged by palm trees and a sparkling seascape of offshore islands.

The rooms are suited to couples through to families. All rooms have a microwave and refrigerator; some suites have a cook top and sink. All rooms have a choice of king or twin single beds.

A small number of units are inter-connecting (pool view) and will cater for small families with the use of a sofa bed. Honeymooners are welcomed with a bottle of Australian Sparkling Wine.

Situated in the heart of the village surround by boutique shops and a number of quality restaurants and cafe's, Paradise on the Beach and the leisurely village atmosphere all combine to make the ultimate holiday destination.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
119-121 Williams Esplanade
Palm Cove, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

This special Studio room has a wonderful sea view from the balcony designer decor and finishes including LCD television/DVD, full kitchenette with microwave and s/s fridge. This unit is ideal for a romantic getaway or celebration. Note - there is no sea view from the bed.

Contemporary recently renovated studio with wonderful sea views. The room has a designer decor of quiet elegance and finishes including LCD television DVD and CD player, stainless steel microwave and fridge and stylish bathrooms with granite bench tops. This unit is ideal for a romantic getaway or celebration.

Recently renovated, this very private one bedroom unit has designer decor and finishes; LCD television and DVD, CD player, Euro styled basic kitchenette and bathroom (double shower) and separate spa bath, is ideal for a romantic getaway.
Note - this unit does not have a view or balcony, this area has been fully enclosed for privacy in the Spa bath.
Property is located just 20 metres from the beach in the heart of Palm cove village.

Contemporary, recently renovated studio apartments, overlooking stunning resort pool and spa. Located directly opposite beach right in the heart of Palm Cove village. All rooms are air-conditioned with ceiling fans and have an LCD television and DVD player, microwave and fridge and stylish bathrooms with granite bench tops, balcony or patio.

The two bedroom suite is comprised of a dual keyed studio, matched with a one bedroom suite (two separate bedrooms and bathrooms - some units have a sofa bed in the lounge for one extra adult or two children sharing.

Contemporary, recently renovated and overlooking resort pool with spa. Located directly opposite beach and in the heart of the village. All rooms have designer finishes including LCD television, DVD player, some with Euro styled galley kitchen and stylish bathrooms with granite bench tops, two cooking and dining areas, two balconies and two bathrooms. Some units will have a cooktop.

Contemporary recently renovated one bedroom apartments, overlooking stunning resort pool and spa directly opposite beach. All rooms are air conditioned with ceiling fans and have LCD television, DVD player, microwave and fridge and stylish bathrooms with granite bench tops.
Some have a Euro styled galley kitchen with a cooktop / some suites have basic kitchenette only.
Some units also have a sofa bed for an extra adult or two children sharing. Request when booking.

This recently renovated one bedroom unit, has superb views across the waterfront. Designer decor and finishes; LCD television and DVD, CD player, with Euro styled basic kitchenette and bathroom and separate spa bath on fully enclosed balcony. Ideal for a romantic getaway. Choice of twin singles or king bed plus single sofa bed.

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